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Ongoing: 2020 Members' Show + Sale

Exhibition Dates: September 4, 2020 – January 8, 2021

Virtual Gallery of 30+ artworks

Online features via Facebook and Instagram

This year’s Members’ Show + Sale includes a virtual gallery and a rotation of featured artworks. A small group of artworks will be featured on-site at Martha Street Studio and on social media every two weeks beginning Friday September 4. Thank you to all the artists participating in this iteration of the Members’ Show!

For more information and to purchase works please contact us at 204 779 6253 or send an email to askmartha@printmakers.mb.ca.

Inversion // Jill Ho-You

Exhibition Dates: January 15 – February 19, 2021

Virtual Artist Talk: Saturday January 23, pm CT
ASL interpretation is available by request for Deaf attendees. Requests must be submitted by 5pm on Wednesday January 20 to askmartha@printmakers.mb.ca.

The virtual artist talk will be delivered via Zoom. Zoom’s automatic closed captioning function will be enabled during the presentation. The Zoom link to access the event will be shared the week prior. You do not need to download Zoom ahead of time, but you may do so at https://zoom.us.

Reception: TBD

These events are free to attend and open to the public.


Martha Street Studio is pleased to present Inversion, a solo exhibition by Jill Ho-You (AB).

Inversion brings together print, video, and installation works by Jill Ho-You to explore themes of environmental precariousness, societal collapse, and anxieties surrounding the sustainability of ecosystems and humanity. The works in this exhibition consider how economic, social, cultural, and natural factors intertwine in order to address the urgency of climate change.

Learn more here.

Futures Barren // April Dean

Exhibition Dates: March 12 – April 16, 2021

Reception: TBD

Artist Talk: TBD

These events are free to attend and open to the public.

Martha Street Studio is pleased to present Futures Barren, a solo exhibition by April Dean (AB).

Futures Barren builds a connection between the regenerative qualities of plants through propagation from clippings, the generosity of the printmaking medium through dispersement of the multiple, and the potential for humans to better understand themselves as a multiple and regenerative part of a much greater and abundant whole.